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Taylor Ward // Staff Writer “Finally, we’re saying ‘rape’ out loud.” Stars of the sexual assault documentary, The Hunting Ground, attended the on-campus screening of the film at Tucker Theatre on Tuesday evening. Annie Clark and Andrea Pino, two of the main subjects of the movie, were joined by the film’s executive producer, Ruth Ann Harnisch, in …

MTSU’s Department of Theatre and Dance debuted their Spring Dance Concert Thursday night in Tucker Theatre. Performances featured members of MTSU’s Dance Company and original choreography by MTSU dance faculty and students. Check out our photo gallery below: Follow Greg French on Instagram at @G_F_R_E_N_C_H. For more updates, follow us at www.mtsusidelines.com, on Facebook at MTSU Sidelines and …

Youtube star Spoken Reasons will speak at MTSU's Tucker Theatre on Saturday Jan. 31, 2015. The appearance is a part of Alpha Kappa Psi's "College Night." (Photo submitted by Alpha Kappa Psi)

YouTube star Spoken Reasons will headline business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi’s “College Night” on Saturday. TSpoken Reasons, whose real name is John A. Baker, Jr., has accrued close to 1.75 million subscribers on YouTube through his comedic skits, music videos and vlogs on numerous subjects, such as the rise and fall of hip-hop artists. His …

Us and Them will perform Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side of the Moon" Monday, Dec. 1, 2014 in MTSU's Tucker Theatre. The band is comprised primarily of MTSU faculty and students. (FILE/MTSU)

Pink Floyd tribute band Us and Them will perform the iconic 1973 album The Dark Side of The Moon at Tucker Theatre at 7 p.m. tonight. Us and Them includes Director of Recording Industry Dale Brown and recording industry professors Bill Crabtree and Cosette Collier. The show features performances by keyboard player John Nichols, Amy Harris-Brown and Candace Warner, along with graduate students James Ducey …

MTSU Arts premiered Collage, a showcase of unique dances performed by members of MTSU’s Dance Theatre, in Tucker Theatre on Wednesday night. The concert featured choreographic works created by MTSU faculty and students, as well as a special performance choreographed by visiting guest artist T. Lang, celebrating MTSU Theatre’s 11th performing season. The opening piece, Prelude and Narcissus, …

By Amberly Holden, MTSU Sidelines Staff Writer American Tall Tales started its weekend run in Tucker Theatre on Wednesday night. The play was written in 2003 by MTSU faculty and students for the purpose of introducing American folklore to audiences around the world. In the spring of 2004 , the performance was taken to Finland, Russia and …